Copper sun jumper (Heliophanus cupreus)
Web: Jumping spiders don’t make catching webs, but use their large and well developed eyes to spot their prey from far away, sneak closer and pounce it using their short and powerful legs.
Habitat: on low to medium high vegetation or on the ground. Often on sunny places such as forest edges, but also in gardens.
How to recognize:
Looks similar to:
♀: 4-6 mm
♀: May till July
♂: May till July